About the Book: Conner Creed knows exactly who he is: a hardworking rancher carrying on his uncle’s legacy in Lonesome Bend, Colorado. Maybe a small-town cowboy’s life isn’t his dream, but he owes the man who took him in as a kid. Until the identical twin brother he’s been estranged from for years reenters his life. Conner struggles with identity issues as he gets to know his wilder…"Creed's Honor by Linda Lael Miller"
Wingless Book Series (book 1) Ebook By Holly Hood Published: Mar. 15, 2011 Category: Fiction, Young adult or teen, Sci-Fi & fantasy About the Book (from Smashwords): How do you learn to love death when you are so afraid of it? Eve Cardwell is a beautiful, stubborn eighteen year old girl, who is looking for her true self; she is tired of her “Perfect” family and all that comes with being a part of it.…"Wingless Book Series (book 1) by Holly Hood"
Friday night the most bizarre thing happened. I spoke with my cousin a couple of times during the day on Friday. He lives in New Orleans and I live on the bayou southwest of New Orleans. The area was experiencing severe weather and he wanted to make sure that I was aware of the weather reports (he knows I am usually oblivious to such things – why is the rain pouring and the wind…"My Wednesday Musings"
A Conversation with Will Allison Author of LONG DRIVE HOME: A Novel (Free Press; May 17, 2011) 1. Your first novel, What You Have Left, has three viewpoint characters and moves back and forth in time. Long Drive Home has one viewpoint character and proceeds, for the most part, chronologically. Did you make a decision at the outset to structure this novel differently? I did. I wanted to write a book with a strong sense of tension and narrative…"An Interview with Will Allison"
About the Book: From Publishers Weekly (via Amazon): Allison follows What You Have Left with a tight drama, part psychological thriller, part tragedy. Glen is an accountant living in New Jersey with his successful wife, Liz, and their six-year-old daughter, Sara. On an ordinary drive home from school, a series of mundane decisions grow increasingly dire and culminate in a car accident that sets road-raging Glen onto a path of deception and self-destruction. The novel…"Long Drive Home by Will Allison"
I am normally very careful with my writing, using spell check and grammar check. Today, I am just writing. This past week has been a busy one. Friday night the grandchildren spent the night. It was supposed to be family movie night; but the minute you say the word “movie”, Cara and Papa fall asleep. I had my first Shrek experience. Andrew and I watched the third movie in the series. I cannot remember when I laughed…"My Wednesday Musings, May 11, 2011"